An Alternative to Getting the Most Cost-Effective Healthcare Possible
What Are Health Sharing Plans?
Health sharing plans are a fantastic alternative to traditional health insurance. Health sharing is a medical cost-sharing arrangement established so that you may share legitimate health expenses between members. Health share plans are also a good alternative to traditional health insurance because they typically can have lower cost fees, and can address potential expensive healthcare requirements that could arise, that may not be included in a direct primary care health insurance program.
How Do Heath Share Plans Work?
Health share plans typically to help you better manage the expense of what can be expensive health care costs like hospitalizations, MRIs, specialist visits etc. As an active and valued member of a health share program, you typically pay a specific amount for a visit, treatment, etc., and the share pool will then pay the remainder of the bill. This is not unlike a copay or deductible scenario.
Health share plans can be much more affordable as a health care option because it’s recognized that members use less expensive healthcare than typically averaged across a traditional health insurance plan. We work with companies such as ASH Community Based Medical Expense Sharing, Sure Bridge, The IHC Group, and others.
For instance, and as an example only, a health share plan can cost up to 40% less than a traditional health insurance plan, making them a growing and popular option.
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